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The Cosmic Cantina cashier who started the fundraiser cites the hard work, passion, effort, and skill of his coworkers, and believes they are well-deserving of the extra funds. Despite their fears of contracting the coronavirus, Cosmic Cantina's staff keeps going to work. "I'm very scared of getting sick with the virus, but what're we going to do? We need to at least earn a little money,” said one kitchen worker.
New Co-Editors-in-Chief Marco Quiroz-Gutierrez and Emily Siegmund address their plans as the new leaders of The Daily Tar Heel.
UNC students have opened a new chapter of Sunrise Movement, a climate activist organization, in order to draw attention to the dangers of global warming and advocate for more sustainable practices.
The weeknight parking program is set to begin Aug. 15, and for some employees, it might cost them their job.
The 101st Undergraduate Senate's first substantive bill was meant to create annual reports on the work of student government — and cut funding for branches who didn't finish their report.
The University has 24 ongoing construction projects, and four of them are located where students are most likely to tour.
On the Friday before the election, four cases were brought against the Noble campaign, which resulted in Noble receiving 18 points, three over the 15-point disqualification limit, removing him from the ballot about an hour before voting was set to begin Feb. 12 at midnight.
The end of the election cycle was marked by one candidate's disqualification and accusations of inappropriate behavior by the other candidates. Read on to learn about the results of the Undergraduate Senate, Carolina Athletic Association, Residence Hall Association and Rising Senior Class President and Vice President races.
A Carolina Dining Services worker attends to food in the Chase Dining Hall on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
First-year environmental studies major, Claire Bradley, said climate change poses a big threat to humanity, and she joined Sunrise to make a difference.
Wendy’s night shift employee, Chantel Benjamin said she would have to look for another job because of the weeknight parking fee.
Junior computer science major Suvrat Jhamb poses at Chapel of the Cross before voting in his first midterm election. Jhamb, who was born in India and got his citizenship four years ago, went to the polls with his two friends.
Student Body President Ashton Martin updates the 101st Undergraduate Senate at their second meeting of the year. Photo by Marco Quiroz-Gutierrez.
Raul Arce Jimenez speaks to supporters after arraignment. Photo by Marco Quiroz-Gutierrez.
Author of BlacKkKlansman Ron Stallworth holds the Ku Klux Klan membership card issued to him by David Duke in 1979.